She was snapped emerging from tropical water clad in a skimpy black bikini last month.
Now it appears Lara Worthington, 31, (née Bingle) might be bidding adieu to the secluded tropical destination.
The Cronulla-born beauty took to her Instagram Story on Sunday to share an in-flight video of her taking off from an idyllic location in a private holiday jet.
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Where the bloody hell are ya? Lara Bingle (pictured) shared in-flight video of her taking off from an idyllic secluded beach in a private holiday jet on Sunday
Lara filmed the pilot launching the small airplane into the sky as rays of sunshine beamed through the windows.
During the video Lara turned the camera lens to the window, offering fans a glimpse of the palm-tree lined location she’s seemingly been holidaying in.
The seats in front of Lara were noticeably empty and it’s unclear whether the mother-of-two was joined by a companion on the joy flight.
Last month, Lara took to the photo-sharing app again to share a holiday snap of her enjoying some fun in the sun at a secluded beach.
Taking to Instagram in August, Lara proved she can still turn heads as she emerged from the tropical blue water in a revealing two-piece swimsuit.
Let there be light! During the video Lara turned the camera lens to the window, offering fans a glimpse of the palm-tree lined location she’s seemingly been holidaying in
High-flying star! During the video Lara turned the camera lens to the window, offering fans a glimpse of the palm-tree lined location she’s seemingly been holidaying in
Island fun: Model Lara Worthington, 31, proved she can still turn heads when she slipped into a skimpy black bikini, while going for a dip at a secluded beach
Channelling a Bond girl, the mother-of-two flaunted her impossibly flat stomach and toned pins.
In a second snap, Lara opted for a black one-piece that clung to her gym-honed physique.
After posting the photos, fans immediately started referencing her 2006 Tourism Australia campaign, in which she said: ‘Where the bloody hell are ya?’
Lithe: Lara showed off her slender frame in a second snap, this time opting for a black one-piece
The $180 million tourism campaign saw Lara say the now iconic phrase at Fingal Bay, New South Wales.
The adverts and billboards catapulted her into the limelight Down Under, but her image was banned from British TV after the slogan was deemed too risqué.
After the fracas, Lara went on to marry actor Sam Worthington in 2014, and has since transformed herself into a doting mother-of-two.
The couple parent two children, Rocket, three and Racer, one.
Iconic! A number of fans started referencing the Sydney-born model’s 2006 Tourism Australia campaign, which saw her promote Australia’s natural wonders